Julia Moulden is an author and communications expert.
Since 1985, she has led transformative communications initiatives for major global brands, government agencies, and non-profits. Her firm – strategic, advisory, creative – brings a unique perspective that helps clients move forward faster and with greater confidence.
Julia is the author of three books about emerging trends. She has an uncanny ability to anticipate what’s ahead; as one of her loyal clients put it, “Julia sees things others don’t.”
RIPE: Rich, Rewarding Work after 50 was published in 2011, We Are The New Radicals: A Manifesto for Reinventing Yourself and Saving the World in 2008, and Green is Gold: Business Talking to Business About the Environmental Revolution in 1991.
For five years, Julia wrote a column on meaningful work for the global edition of the HuffingtonPost. She has also contributed to publications ranging from Maclean’s to Ms magazine.
Audiences on four continents have heard Julia talk about the leadership challenge, creativity, work after 50, meaningful work, and the power and beauty of the human spirit. She also leads workshops based on the same topics.
Featured extensively in the media, including CBC, BNN, the Globe and Mail, Chatelaine, and the Financial Post, Julia is a sought-after commentator on leadership communications, creativity and innovation, work after 50, and meaningful work.
• Top 40 over 40 (More magazine)
• One to Watch (Financial Post)
Julia has travelled the world and lived in four countries. She now makes her home in Toronto and kayaks as often as possible on Georgian Bay.